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  • The sun half-sunken into the horizon, but still bright, the sky half-covered in low, gray clouds.

    Black Water

  • With marine clutter growing, state and local governments can afford to remove only the most hazardous of the state's half-sunken vessels.

    More sailors abandoning dreams

  • It looks like it says "EAG" and then there's a half-sunken swastika after the "G."

    What's That Spell?

  • Seventy-foot sports fishing yachts and 150 foot floating lodges were half-sunken ruins alongside humble flat boats and commercial shrimp trawlers - at least those that were still inside the marina.

    The Long Road Ahead

  • The horse trod carefully on the half-sunken path, aware from the past few days that even the safest-looking piece of ground was treacherous at times.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • The last thing Maia had seen clearly were the three delicate steps rising into a half-sunken jacuzzi.

    Maia in Yonkers

  • When they finally arrive to where the flare signal came from, there is no one around except for a half-sunken, overturned boat.

    Rogue (2008)

  • When his half-sunken Honda was recovered, the doors were all locked, and the tempered glass windows were shattered like spider-webs, but still intact.

    Excerpt: Second Glance by Jodi Picoult

  • Later, his guidebook confirmed that there were collapsed and half-sunken links of it between Wuwei and Zhangye, and just past Jiayuguan, a final gated watchtower.

    Heaven Lake

  • When his half-sunken Honda was recovered, the doors were all locked, and the tempered glass windows were shattered like spiderwebs, but still intact.

    Second Glance

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